1950 Act on Alien Spouses and Children (To permit the admission of alien spouses and minor children of citizen members of the United States armed forces)
S. 1858; Pub.L. 717; 64 stat. 464.
81st Congress; August 19, 1950.
You can find the full text of this law as a PDF here.
This act was put in place to allow the entrance of foreign-born spouses and unmarried children of members of the U.S. Armed Forces regardless of their race if marriage occurred before March 19, 1952 (six months before the enactment of this Act). Those admitted received immigration visas and did not count toward quotas.
(Summary by Ashley Braa and Alice Lowrie)
The American War Bride Experience - This site is intended to give War Brides of WWII, and their children, resources in locating a GI husband/father, as well as even some current legislation that is coming about.
War Brides - An online version of the magazine WWII; The Magazine of a People at War 1941-1945. This particular article on war brides gives accounts and experiences that war brides faced immigrating to this country.
War Brides - The article gives a brief history of one Filipino couples wartime marriage experience.